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Aftershocks - A rough guide to democracy
In the wake of the earthquake, did the Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation attempt to seize the lands of affected villages for mining and other industrial activities? Eight weeks after the quake, on March 26, 2001, the camera accidentally bumps into the GMDC acquisition survey team in Umarasar. Over the next few months, the film moves in and out of Julrai, Umarsar and the GMDC's existing lignite mines and probes the processes of displacement and resettlement.

Manushi Media Centre
Books, audio and video from the leading Women's Issues magazine

Moving Images
Independent films about ecology, conservation and development
Click here to read discussion of material from "Turf Wars"

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Organic Groceries at Chennai
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